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Old 30th November 2009, 12:32   #16
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I am using a "kundip" brand 220-110v, 50wats step down adapter with the OEM 110v AC/DC adapter for last three years on my Belkin router that I had picked up from Fry's. No issues whatsoever and my router stays on for hours, sometimes on inverter too. Kundip is a local brand, I guess, which I picked up from nearby electrical store.

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Old 30th November 2009, 12:41   #17
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Originally Posted by omishra View Post
In my view, you can buy any 12V, 1A adapter from market and make sure the output polarity of the new adapter is same as original one. It does not matter to WiFi router from where it is getting 12V supply until it is correct in polarity. Connectors center pin has same pole (+ve or -ve) as OEM has.

So you need 230VAC to 12V, 1A adapter with matched connection pins. That's your requirement. I done this for many equipments brought from US including a Audio 10+10 Band Equilizer.
I agree with this. This is what I have also done from some of the stuff that I bought from the US.
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